Pop Quiz!

•May 18, 2015 • 5 Comments

Name it.

name it

First harvest 2015

•May 12, 2015 • 3 Comments

Leeks, self-seeded in the garden end of last summer, made it through that harsh winter, harvested last week. I’ve been harvesting lettuces, herbs for weeks, but these guys made it through that winter, and deserve recognition.  With bacon in a frittata made with Carol Bean’s eggs? Oh yeah.

first harvest 2015

#effortless #freefood

Who just won first place bowling team of the entire YEAR in the Millsboro Lanes’ Senior League?

•May 11, 2015 • Leave a Comment

YUP. The YUPS!

Bravo!! Check ’em out:

https://chesapeakejournal.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/the-winners-the-yups/

yups jerry two

Sometimes I just want to do whatever she wants to do…

•May 7, 2015 • Leave a Comment

zip's favorite thing to do

…and honestly, I can’t recall (many) times she was wrong.

Wednesday Night Racing begins again!

•May 7, 2015 • 1 Comment

Thanks to Mo and Tim for the delicious crabcakes! So great to be out on the water again!

the problem with soft clams…

•April 28, 2015 • 3 Comments

…yuck-o.

soft clams

It kills me to judge something based upon looks alone!

But I do.

And Mike doesn’t help.

mike ad clam

Bufflehead launched!

•April 23, 2015 • 4 Comments

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum launched its latest creation yesterday – an original log canoe named Bufflehead. Tiny like her namesake, she slid right into the Miles River. She’s the smallest and youngest of the Museum’s fleet of Chesapeake boats. It would be one thing to stand securely aboard her without the masts. But when they installed two masts onto that tiny hull, things got REALLY tippy.

It was one of those perfect moments – with temps not so awfully cold, great sunlight and colors, and everyone you’d imagine you’d see on a Wednesday afternoon at 5pm at the CBMM boat shed. Outside! In the evening!

This is the latest project from the Museum’s boathouse – after a long cold winter, it’s so great to open the spring with a new member of the Museum’s fleet. Love our historic small town maritime community celebrating, with great music by Three Penny Opera, local brew from Eastern Shore Brewing, and mead from Charm City Meadworks.

It was perfectly #local, and supercool to be welcomed so warmly; love being part of this community.

 
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